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Turo Launches Car-Sharing App in B.C., Has Over 65,000 Registered Users

San Francisco-based Turo has expanded its peer-to-peer car-sharing app to British Columbia, officially launching today in the province. In late May, Turo announced it was ready to launch in B.C., after securing insurance coverage from ICBC. The company says insurance from ICBC covers "$2-million liability insurance and physical damage up to the full value of...

Turo Car Sharing to Launch in B.C. to Let You Rent Out Your Vehicle

American peer-to-peer car sharing company, Turo, has announced it plans to launch in British Columbia. “Bringing Turo to B.C. has been in the works for many years and we’re excited to finally be in a position to safely introduce our trusted platform and community to the province,” said Cedric Mathieu, VP and head of Canada...

‘Turo’ Car-Sharing App Helps Toronto Man Pay Off his Tesla

Unlike Uber and Lyft, which let owners earn some money by driving others around, ‘Turo’ is a car-sharing app, not ride-sharing, the allows Canadians to let others sit behind the wheel and make some money off it. With over 180,000 users and 4,500 available cars, Turo is helping a 41-year old Toronto-based sales manager pay off his 2016 Tesla...

Turo’s Peer-to-Peer Car Rental Company Launches in Canada

Car rental company Turo announces today its launch into Canada, marking its first expansion outside of the US. Turo is the first peer-to-peer car rental company in Canada, which empowers Canadians to turn their idle cars into earning engines and inject more personality and value into the car rental experience. Putting Canada’s 23 million vehicles to better...